Analyzer atmosIRw

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AtmoslRw is built around the rugged and reliable Protea high-resolution photometer for fast signal processing, low noise performance and long component life. The AtmoslRw system is designed using the most advanced gas filtration corrected photometry techniques and our proven technology, backed by decades of experience in the gas analysis industry. This allows us to offer our clients the following benefits:


Low need for maintenance


The rugged and lightweight AtmoslRw gas analyzer combines the advantages of the Protea P2000 optical analyzer with the ultra-reliable multi-pass cell technology used in an in-line sampling system


Low cost of ownership


Extended capabilities of the Protea S - PC or P-HMI software, which allows making the necessary calculations, as well as displaying and transmitting data on the concentration of monitored gases to other devices

The AtmosIR gas analyzer is the result of Protea's many years of experience in process control and continuous emission monitoring, enabling high-tech instrumentation to be used even in the most challenging environments.

The latest developments, combining the proven efficiency of the P2000 local analyzer and the multi-pass cell technology used in the Protea atmos range, have significantly improved the efficiency of the gas analyzer over existing models. The atmosIR optical stand has undergone a lot of changes over the years and now has all the advantages of the Protea P2000 model, including an IR source with a long service life (> 10 years), a high-performance DC motor for changing light filters (> 10 years) and the most modern signal processing system. The optical stand has been designed for use in high vibration environments such as continuous emission monitoring systems on marine vessels, therefore its exceptional performance and high-tech diagnostic processes help to minimize the need for repair and maintenance, ensuring high stability of the equipment.

The atmosIR gas analyzer, in addition to monitoring 6 (six) types of infrared absorbing gases, can also monitor oxygen concentration, which allows the device to report gas concentrations adjusted to the set O2 level in accordance with the requirements of environmental authorities.

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